Stryper had an overwhelmingly successful 2013, returning with No More Hell to Pay and commercial success worldwide. Now, Stryper has put out a call to its fans to create a music video for their single, “Te Amo.” Stryper will take the 10 best submissions and put them to a vote on Noisecreep.com. The winner gets a cool prize package and their music video posted on Stryper’s website and YouTube channel. Stryper will also be putting “Te Amo” up as a free download for people to use to create their videos.

No More Hell to Pay, released last November, sold an impressive 9,500 copies the first week. Stryper started out in 1984 and is still going strong with their original line-up, only going on hiatus during the ’90s.

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